2008 review: April

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Here are the five most popular Dezeen stories from April 2008. Firstly, a tea house made out of paper and cardboard by Japanese architect Shigeru Ban.

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Second most popular was Zaha Hadid Architects' design for the Guggenheim Hermitage Museum in Vilnius, Lithuania.

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Our third most-viewed story showed NE apartments, a block of eight apartments for motorcycle enthusiasts in Tokyo, designed by Japanese architects Yuji Nakae, Akiyoshi Takagi and Hirofumi Ohno.

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Fourth was Monowheel by Ben Wilson - a cycle where the rider sits inside a large, spokeless wheel.

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In fifth place was Bryghusgrunden Project by Office for Metropolitan Architecture, a building on Copenhagen’s waterfront that will house the Danish Architecture Centre and the Realdania Foundation.

See all our stories from April 2008

See also:

2008 review: January
2008 review: February
2008 review: March

Posted on Tuesday December 30th 2008 at 1:11 am by . Copyright policy | Comments policy

  • How can you not love this recap? Alan Greenspan would call it “irrational exuberance.”

  • Alright, this design is very similar to a style of a local developer here in Chicago. He mostly uses this technique in foyers and entry ways thoe.

    great post.
    cheers.

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